Will You Join Me On My Journey?

A couple of months ago I shared that I entered a writing contest as part of my plan to treat writing as a career and look for opportunities to be published. I’m still waiting on the results of that contest, but I want to share some things on my writing journey as a whole. I […]

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The Butterfly and the Violin by Kristy Cambron

Desperate for a distraction after being jilted at the alter, gallery owner Sera James becomes obsessed with finding a painting she once saw as a child. She is determined to track down the original painting. Her search brings her to William Hanover, a wealthy man whose grandfather’s estate could hold the answers she seeks. Together, they try to unravel […]

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Once a Crooked Man by David McCallum

The Bruschetti brothers have proven that crime pay, and pays well. So well, in fact, that they can go legit and hardly lose any money at all. They just have to make some changes and tie up a few lose ends. When Harry overhears their plans to murder someone in London, he makes the decision […]

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The Beautiful Pretender by Melanie Dickerson

The Margrave of Thornbeck has been ordered to find a bride. He invites ten women, suggested by the King for their noble status, to his castle for two weeks. The goal: to get to know their true characters. Lady Dorothea is one of the women invited, but when circumstances prevent her from attending, her father, […]

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